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Unread 09-18-2011, 09:26 PM   #436
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Got it all "skint up" and cleaned last night. Doing the final masking now and about to roll the first coat.
Finished up and put it back together.

VERY HAPPY with the results.

When you open the boxes and see how the packing/shipping is done you will grin because you know you just bought something from someone who has a clue about how to do business and customer service.
Great product!
Great service!(in spite of tropical storms)
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Can't even think of anything negative to say. The only thing lacking was having someone do it for me.

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Unread 09-22-2011, 03:26 PM   #437
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I have mine waiting for me back home and I'm planning on doing it around Thanksgiving. Will the weather and temperature be alright for me to do it then or should I wait?

Thanksgiving is the soonest I would be able to do it because I have no more breaks long enough to do it in until then.
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Unread 09-22-2011, 03:36 PM   #438
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It's a great product, the only thing that would be usefully would be shorter rollers, which home depot carry for a few $
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Unread 09-22-2011, 08:48 PM   #439
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IIRC, Magnet now sells shorter rollers too. Ones that match the regular ones.
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I have mine waiting for me back home and I'm planning on doing it around Thanksgiving. Will the weather and temperature be alright for me to do it then or should I wait?

Thanksgiving is the soonest I would be able to do it because I have no more breaks long enough to do it in until then.
If you can work in a garage and have temp at least 55 deg you are fine
You'll have a little longer recoat time (upper end of our 3 - 5 hr range) and longer pot life
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Unread 09-22-2011, 09:45 PM   #441
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It's a great product, the only thing that would be usefully would be shorter rollers, which home depot carry for a few $
This kit comes with 1 extra roller refill (not in picture) $3.75
Roller is 1/2 the width of regular roller

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Unread 09-22-2011, 10:09 PM   #442
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This kit comes with 1 extra roller refill (not in picture) $3.75
Roller is 1/2 the width of regular roller

that is great !! ( i'm not sure it was available at the time I did it or I may just have missed it..) I really suggest to those who want to do that to get the small roller too. it would be a lot easier in smaller place and there is a whole lot more of those that you would think!!!
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Unread 09-29-2011, 12:59 PM   #443
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This looks great. My kit is being delivered today and I will be doing this project this weekend and taking lots of pictures along the way.

One question I have is in regards to the chassis saver. I have a few places I need to hit before I install the liner. Do you recommend using a brush or a roller for this part? If rolling on is recommended, is a regular roller that I can pick up from the hardware store ok? I'd hate to have to use one of the textured ones for this part and then not have enough rollers in the end.

thanks for all the info! I'll be using this write up as my main guide.
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Unread 09-29-2011, 03:44 PM   #444
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Brush or spray gun. I wouldn't bother with a roller for CS, and I am not even sure it is recommended.
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Cool. Well that solves that dilemma. I'm sure that's stated in the instructions but I still haven't received my kit yet. Thanks for the tip
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I posted in a diff monsta thread and got most my ? Answered but one i still have is do i do the black parts or the white parts first .. Attached is a photo modified in photoshop to show my planned schematic and not pictured but the interior will be black minus the inside door panels which will be white.. So whats the best order of application, considering the masking to be done ..etc..

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That is all ML right? Realize there will be a slight height difference, might look cool though. I would do the black, tape the top of it, and then do the white. Make the black larger than you want it and overlap the white over the black. That will make the black look sunk into the metal which would make for a sweet effect.
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That is all ML right? Realize there will be a slight height difference, might look cool though. I would do the black, tape the top of it, and then do the white. Make the black larger than you want it and overlap the white over the black. That will make the black look sunk into the metal which would make for a sweet effect.
Confused? Height diff? Itll all be ML so wouldt it even out once i do both black then white

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It depends. Due to the thickness, if you overlap it, you will see the difference in height. I guess you could try to tape for just the black part, and then tape the edges and roll up to it, but there might be separation where the two colors meet.
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It depends. Due to the thickness, if you overlap it, you will see the difference in height. I guess you could try to tape for just the black part, and then tape the edges and roll up to it, but there might be separation where the two colors meet.
Yeh that was a concern is overlap or lacl of and havin gaps.. I could purposly over lap a fraction but id wana do white first then black so the dark would cover light instead of dark come thru the lighter color.. Now u see my issue haha the easy option is to do the hood completely black but then that wouldnt be as cool lol

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